Triples lawn bowling event covers three days

Qualicum Beacb tbe scene for lawn bowling action

 This past weekend Parksville Lawn Bowling  wound up their annual Men’s and Ladies Triples Open Tournament.  

The event covered three days, from Friday evening until the final games on Sunday afternoon. 

Competition was top notch, with participating teams coming from Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Qualicum Beach, Courtenay and Powell River. 

Winners of the event were the men’s team from Parksville Lawn Bowling, skipped by Dave Muir with lead Dave Cole and third Dana Atchison. 

In the Ladies division the honours went to the Qualicum Beach team skipped by Kay McIntyre lead, Liz Pendleton and third Marion Lee.

— Submitted by the PLB

 

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